Illuminati in Kentucky

Illuminati in Kentucky

Illuminati in Kentucky:

My fevered creative mind incorporates the likelihood that Andrew Jackson and accounts of the Bell Witch are associated with this sort of information.

“In his 1806 book Travels In America, Thomas Ashe composes of his encounters with a tremendous cave initially found in 1783 underneath the city of Lexington, 300 feet in length, 100 feet wide and 19 feet high, containing outlandish relics, a stone special stepped area for penances, human skulls and bones heaped high, and embalmed remains. The mummies are extremely bizarre looking and have red hair. The neighborhood local Americans asserted that these were the remainders of an old human progress that vanished quite a while in the past. Regarded student of history George W. Ranck likewise examines this “lost city” covered underneath Lexington in 1872. It is said that neighborhood Native Americans distinguished the bodies as being from the old Songs book  who occupied the region some time before them.

In 1792 an early pioneer, General John Payne, made an unusual revelation while building his home in the small town of Augusta, KY, 63 miles North of Lexington. From Historical Sketches of Kentucky by Lewis Collins, Maysville, Ky. 1847, page 205:

‘The base on which Augusta is arranged is an enormous covering ground of the ancients…They have been tracked down on a large scale, and of all sizes, wherever between the mouths of Bracken and Locust Creeks, a distance of about a mile and a half. From the

basement under my (Payne’s) home, 60 by 70 feet, more than 110 skeletons were taken. I estimated them by skulls, and there could have been more, whose skulls had disintegrated into dust…The skeletons were of all sizes, from seven feet to newborn child.

David Kilgour (who was a tall and extremely huge man) passed our town at the time I was unearthing my basement, and we brought him down and applied a thigh issue that remains to be worked out. The man, if proportional, probably been 10 to 12 inches taller than Kilgour, and the lower jaw bone would slip on over his, skin what not. Who were they? How came their bones here?’

‘At the point when I was in the military, I asked of old Crane, a Wyandot and of Anglerson, a Delaware, both clever old bosses, and they could give me no data concerning these remaining parts of times long past. Probably the biggest trees of the timberland were developing over the remaining parts when the land was cleared in 1792.’

A couple of years after the fact, on December 21, 1806, the town of Augusta, KY was visited by Harman Blennerhassett, legal counselor, soothsayer, and individual from the Illuminati. Is it safe to say that he was mindful of the old underground development in the area?

Blennerhassett was brought into the world on October 8, 1764 in Ireland {The Black and Red Lodge of Masonry and Keogh’s granddad in my explores on this likely extraordinary granddad of mine is associated I suspect.}and moved to the USA in the wake of graduating. He and his better half (who was likewise his niece which is in-accordance with the Merovingian hereditary programming insofar as there are satisfactory unfamiliar qualities placed in with the general mish-mash which the Hapsburgs forgot for years and years) resided on Blennerhassett island on the Ohio River. Blennerhassett was a companion and partner of Adam Weishaupt {Son of a Rabbi}, and an individual from his Order of the Illuminati, arriving at the degree of Illuminatus Magus. He was likewise a companion of Vice President Aaron Burr, with whom he participated in a trick to eliminate President Thomas Jefferson from power. The plot was found and Blennerhassett’s mystery camp at Marietta was obliterated on December 19, 1806.

Blennerhassett escaped with around 50 of his kindred starts, leaving his better half, his children and the remainder of his guerrilla troops behind. However, rather than taking off, Blennerhassett gambled with making a secretive side outing to Augusta, KY, showing up upon the arrival of the solstice. Obviously, there was a mysterious importance to his visit to Augusta. Yet, what? That Blennerhassett was keen on the failed to remember old civilization is a particular chance.” (7)

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